Army veteran Brian Mitchell shatters stock Pentagon assurances to reveal that women have had a profoundly negative effect on U.S. fighting capabilities. A few of the grim facts:
- When the going gets tough, the tough get "stress passes"
- The truth about female troop performance during the Gulf War
- The two countries that tried a feminized military and quickly abandoned it
- The hard data on soaring attrition rates, skyrocketing medical costs, lower rates of deployment, mushrooming levels of single parenthood, and more...
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A major counteroffensive in the battle for America's military -- which may not be in a position to fight many more battles if the feminists have their way. -- Syndicated columnist
As a soldier and writer on military subjects since World War II, I find Women in the Military: Flirting with Disaster to be the sharpest and most objective focus yet to be published on the enigma of a sexually integrated All-Volunteer Service. -- Author of The Green Berets and The French Connection